Microsoft Edge’s new option will soon included in additional setting options for saving web pages as PDFs. As reported by MSpoweruser and first noted by Leo Verla, there is a new option in the Edge Settings menu.
This Microsoft Edge’s new option allows users to add “Save as PDF” to the browser context menu.
Despite the fact that web page material changes regularly, saving an article or blog post as a PDF file. It can be an excellent way to save a copy for research purposes.
Save as PDF
As Leo Verla pointed out in a recent Reddit post, Microsoft has also restored Edge’s “built-in micro menus and dictionaries” to the internal version of the browser.
Previously, Edge users had to press the Ctrl + P keys to access the browser’s print menu and pick Microsoft Print to PDF before they could right-click a web page to create a PDF.
As part of a restricted feature release, this new functionality is now only accessible in Edge Canary Build 94.0.974.0. But it will be included in the stable version of Microsoft’s browser in the coming months as well.